Seismology has long been a data‐driven science, with the field propelled inexorably forward as new datasets became available and their contents were studied in detail. From the first teleseismic recordings with modern seismometers in the late 1800s (Dewey and Byerly, 1969) to the rollout of the Worldwide Standardized Seismic Network (WWSSN) in the 1960s (Sykes, 1967) to the recent deployments of dense nodal arrays (Lin et al., 2013; Ben‐Zion et al., 2015; Brenguier et al., 2016; Catchings et al., 2020) and Distributed Acoustic Sensing technology (DAS; Zhan,...

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